With Boeing’s 737 MAX Continuing to Face Worldwide Grounding, the Airplane Manufacturer Faces Tough Questions

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February 4, 2017

“We are here because we have come a long way, but also have a long way to go… And we are here to say we are not going back,” declared Mariama White-Hammond, a climate change and social justice activist on Jan. 21, the day when people across the globe marched in protest...

December 1, 2016

On Nov. 9, Democrat Maggie Hassan achieved victory in the New Hampshire Senate race, unseating Republican incumbent Kelly Ayotte. She won in the extremely close race by a mere 743 votes. Prior to Ayotte actually conceding the race, Hassan declared her victory early Wed...

November 5, 2016

On Sept. 21, 2016, Margaret Holcomb departed from her home in the picturesque college town of Amherst, Massachusetts, likely assuming that she would go about her Wednesday just like any other. Little did she know, as reported by the Daily Hampshire Gazette, the state p...

November 4, 2016

Tuesday, Nov. 8 is arguably the most important day in 2016 since the future of this country will be determined by the presidential election between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, as well as by the House and Senate races. However, here in Massachusetts, voters will h...

March 1, 2016

Hillary Clinton has several strong supporters in Massachusetts, the least of which is Representative Joseph P. Kennedy III. Also showing solidarity for Clinton are the Mayor of Boston, Martin J. Walsh, and the Attorney General of Massachusetts, Maura Healey. These prom...

March 1, 2016

The path to equality has incrementally moved forward in the history of the United States. The Massachusetts Pay Equity Act represents another step in that direction.

 

This new bill would encourage employers to pay their workers fairly by industry standards, prevent empl...

February 1, 2016

Senator Brian Joyce is a seasoned incumbent in his district of Milton, Massachusetts, but has recently come under fire for unethical behavior. Since 1996, the Senator has been receiving free dry-cleaning service from small Randolph business owner Jerry Richman of Woodl...

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